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1886 – St. Mary’s Dominican Church & Convent, Tallaght, Co. Dublin

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Architect: George C. Ashlin

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Detached gable-fronted Gothic Revival church, built 1886 – design published in 1883. The relationship to the priory to the north was not built as illustrated. It has a seven-bay nave with plain lancets separated by prominent stepped buttresses. In 1969 an arcaded seventeen-bay portico and aisle was added to the south creating a T-plan church with central altar and monastic choir.

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